One car was stolen and several others were damaged with items stolen from them on Thursday, May 9, at a Bloomfield Township Honda dealership, police said.
Officers with the Bloomfield Township Police Department responded about 9:15 a.m. to the complaint of a stolen vehicle at Page Honda, 1819 Telegraph Road. The manager told police that a blue, 2019 Honda Accord was stolen sometime overnight. Damage was also discovered to several other vehicles and items stolen out of them.
Police are looking for a woman who stole about $500 in groceries on Tuesday, May 7, from a Bloomfield Township Kroger store in the 4000 block of Telegraph Road.
Officers with the Bloomfield Township Police Department responding about 9:50 p.m. to the report of a theft at Kroger, 4099 Telegraph, spoke with the manager who said a middle-aged, white woman exited the store with a shopping cart full of groceries that she didn't pay for before leaving.
The woman was confronted
An unattended mountain bike was stolen on Saturday, May 11, after being left outside a downtown Birmingham restaurant in the 100 block of N. Old Woodward, police said.
Police said a Birmingham resident was at Panera Bread, 100 N. Old Woodward, about 7 p.m. when he left his red 19-inch Trek mountain bike outside against a tree. He discovered the bike was missing a short time later when leaving the restaurant.
Birmingham police said case is under investigation.
Bloomfield Township police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man believed to be responsible for stealing three dozen articles of clothing on Saturday, May 11, from a Bloomfield Township TJ Maxx store.
Police responded about 2:45 p.m. to a retail fraud complaint at TJ Maxx, 2139 Telegraph Road, where the manager told officers that a black man wearing a black North Face sweatshirt hid 48 clothing items in two shopping bags. The items had an estimated value of
Bloomfield Township will hold a series of public forums to answer questions from the public about the proposed Public Safety Special Assessment District (SAD) that will go before voters during the August 6 election this summer. The forums are intended to allow the public to learn about the proposed SAD and what impact it would have on the community. Residents are encouraged to attend one of six forums, which will be hosted by Bloomfield Township Supervisor Leo Savoie. Two for